7 Best Vanuatu Instagram

The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Vanuatu

Vanuatu (formerly called the New Hebrides) is a South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands.

The islands have something for everyone – scuba diving at coral reefs and wrecks such as the WWII-era troopship SS President Coolidge as well as local villages with ethnic food and waterfalls.

We’ve picked the prettiest places among the islands for you to get a Vanuatu Instagram photo you’ll never forget.

1. Mount Yasur

Mount Yasur is an active volcano on Tanna Island that’s a continuous hotspot of bright red lava.

Unlike many other active volcanoes around the world, this one is easy to hike to the top and get a great shot of all that magma.

 

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2. Blue Lagoon

A blue jewel of crystal clear water that flows up from underground the mountains, Blue Lagoon is unmissable if you’re looking for a Vanuatu Instagram photo.

There’s also fun rope swings and trees that you can jump off of into the water.

 

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3. Blue Cave of Tanna

This enchanting cave is a popular spot for snorkeling and diving. The cave is quite large and has a hole in the roof that provides a beautiful light, which shines into the cave highlighting the blue water and creating great photo opportunities.

 

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4. Mele

The Mele Cascades in Vanuatu is a must see while visiting Port Vila.

There’s tiered pools along the rock terrace with a 35m waterfall flowing into am emerald green plunge pool. Dive in and cool down from the heat at this photogenic spot.

 

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5. Jungle Zipline

Vanuatu Jungle Ziplineis the best thing to do here for thrill seekers.

Soar through the canopy of the Vanuatu jungle and over canyons, while marveling at the amazing views over Mele Bay.

 

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6. Iririki

Irikii is a unique private island retreat set amongst a beautiful tropical landscape. The rooms include over-water huts and the freshwater pool has a fabulous swim up bar.

It’s only a 3 minute ferry ride from Port Vila, but feels miles away.

 

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7. Millennium Cave

Millennium Cave is situated in South Central Santo,  and is Vanuatu’s largest cave. You trek through coconut plantations, scramble over boulders and cross bamboo bridges to reach it.

Once you’ve made it here you can jump right in for a swim in the cave’s refreshing pools.

 

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